Out of sight, out of mind?

Baker, Linda
July 1998
E: The Environmental Magazine;Jul/Aug98, Vol. 9 Issue 4, p20
Discusses an initiative to alleviate the problem on global warming. Elaboration on a proposal that would harness the power of the ocean to suck carbon dioxide from the atmosphere; Information on the `Geritol solution,' a way to multiply the number of phytoplankton of the ocean; Pumping liquefied carbon dioxide into the ocean.


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